Caroline Francess

The Washington: Tramlines Fringe Listings

FRIDAY JULY 21
17:30  – Pyramids
Three instruments. Twenty pedals. A lot of noise.
18:15 – Just Mammals
Nouveau-retro good time party vibes.
19:00 – Brother’s Gun
Powerful yet melodic psych/rock/blues.
19:45 – Bear Chest
Filthy rock n roll. Sounds like leather and sweat.
20:30 – Mysteron
Caped psychedelic, alternative garage pop with sounds reminiscent of Delia Derbyshire. Expect crooning, screaming, self-destruction.
21:20 – RALE
RALE unify rock, new wave pop and a sense of modern-day unease.
22:15 – Vulgarians
Vulgar yet poetic and unashamedly loud, Vulgarians reinvent The Fall era post punk for the modern age.

SATURDAY JULY 22
13:30 – Little Imp
Super-charged melodies, heartfelt earworms from mischievous female singer-songwriter and former ‘The Beat’ drummer.
14:10 – Emma Crowder
Sheffield based singer-songwriter championed by BBC Introducing and fresh from support slots with Gabrielle Aplin.
15:00 – Fat Spatula
More groove than a lathe operators’ convention. Weirdo garage / alt-rock.
15:45 – Creeping Jean
Nostalgic, insidious beat pop.
16:30 – Ash Gray
Originally from Austin, Texas, Gray and his trio play punk energised Texas rock.
17:15 – The Silverfish
Alternative pop rock five piece with melodic hooks and experimental structure.
18:00 – Doctor B
Face melting psych rock band from Sheffield.
18:45 – Dead Slow Hoot
Rich musical textures and sparse sonic landscapes to fill your ears with melancholy musings.
19:30 – Caroline Francess
A powerful performance of diverse and enchanting odes to life; its joys and pitfalls.
20:15 – Oh Papa
Surfy melodic pop, woozy licks and chill vibes.
21:00 – Syrupp
Smooth sleepy slacker rock at varying volumes.
21:45 – Life Aquatic Band
A cocktail of funk, disco and electro with hints of folk and jazz.
22:30 – I Set The Sea on Fire
Sheffield indie/ funk combining traditional indie rock with elements of hip hop, funk and grunge.
23:15 – DJs TBC

SUNDAY JULY 23
15:00 – Andy P Davison
A one man blues, rock n roll aural odyssey.
15:30 – The Stoops [ACOUSTIC] Melodic, catchy, bouncy, energetic, indie pop from Sheffield.
16:15 – TEEFF
Fuzzy two-piece performing blues rock.
17:00 – Chicken Hearts
A little bit blues, a little bit sci-fi, a smattering of country and a whole lotta weird.
17:45 – Mat Wale & Little Convoy
Alt, country power trio.
18:30 – Bring Me The Blonde
Four parts man, one part woman. Sheffield’s only glam-noir band.
19:15 – Bear Cats
Energetic female fronted rock’n’roll/country/rockabilly band from Sheffield playing covers and originals.
20:00 – X-Ray Cat Trio
Vampiric rockabilly surf from Leeds.
20:45 – The Terrorsaurs
Atom age sounds from Swampland. A rock ‘n roll band with a unique mix of garage, surf and classic heaviness.21:30 – Rotten Love
Power punk from the mean streets of S7.
22:30 – Captain Avery & The Intergalactic Cosmic Triceratops of Peace
Colourful, sparkly and completely over the top, CA&TICTOP provide an upbeat, lively close to the weekend.
23:15–03:00 – Mango Disco Closing Party
Energetic alternative dance floor fillers with a tropical twist.


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